Why you should share financial information with your employees

10/18/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Sharing most of the numbers in your business' books with your employees can be an effective way of getting them on your side and generating helpful suggestions, writes Josh Patrick, a founder of Stage 2 Planning Partners. Proponents of this concept have "realized that when you share meaningful information with workers and teach them how to analyze that information, your company's performance improves," Patrick writes.

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